Read the Bible in a year: Genesis 17-18, Psalm 19-21, Matthew 11
Dessert: Copying the Eye. Don’t Even Think About it.
An artificial eye was originally called a “glass” eye, but science has come a long way since those days. Nowadays artificial eyes sure look good; however, they don’t look good, at all. The replacement for the eye that God made may fill a cavity of the eye socket, but it’s just cosmetic. You can’t see through it. Years ago, if you lost an eye, before eyes were available, you would have had to simply wear a patch, but nowadays they can attach the new blind eye to muscles in the socket to provide eye movement. Today, most eyes that are man-made are made of plastic, and instead of lasting a life-time like the eyes that God supplies, its average life is about 10 years.
“Nobody ever outgrows Scripture; the book widens and deepens with our years.” ― Charles H. Spurgeon